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Craig Doleshel

I'm just a guy who loves movies and writes about them sometimes. I also talk about them sometimes too.

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The girl on fire comes to Blu-Ray in the final installment of franchise, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2! Katniss Everdeen has had a long road going from a moderately unknown hunter from District 13 who won the 74th annual Hunger Games with fellow District 13 resident Peeta Mellark in

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The science fiction thriller The Phoenix Incident is quickly approaching its recently announced theatrical release date on April 8th! Agents of Geek was fortunate to able to get an interview with star Yuri Lowenthal to talk about the film, his career, and the entertainment industry as a whole.  Be sure

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A NEW TRAILER was released for The Phoenix Incident coinciding with the announcement of its theatrical release!  Originally premiering on March 10 for a one night only Fathom events special, the film will now receive a release in select theaters nationwide.  The Phoenix Incident will open in 10 US markets

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You’re on Blu-Ray, Charlie Brown! Snoopy and the gang are back and out on Blu-ray in The Peanuts Movie!  From the mind of Charles M. Schulz comes the first feature film based on the universally praised Peanuts comic strip first released in 1950.  Peanuts has always held more social responsibility

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are back doing what they do best by making people laugh.  The comedic duo has shown amazing chemistry on television with their work on SNL, on stage hosting the Golden Globes, and on screen in movies like Baby Mama.  The pair reunite once more in

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Delightfully fun, heartwarming, and surprisingly socially relevant, Zootopia is yet another triumph for Disney, a wonderful film for all ages, and the best film of the new year. Handling topics like prejudice, stereotypes, and racism in movies can be extremely difficult, especially at a time when they are front and

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Valuing tension over a fluid and coherent storyline, John Hillcoat’s Triple 9 offers a grimy look at criminals and cops that will leave you feeling dirty, and wondering what the point of it all was. Greed is an ugly thing.  Beyond the religious implications of it, greed-more importantly, money-can make

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Well-intentioned, but overly glorified, Gods of Egypt is a gaudy reminder that style is not a substitute for substance.  Alex Proyas shows an occasional flair for action and the dramatics, but a cliched script, along with overly simplistic characters, makes the film feel as old as the story it attempts

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Coming soon, and brought to you by Fathom Events, is the science-fiction thriller The Phoenix Incident.  Written and directed by Keith Arem, The Phoenix Incident is based on the real life “The Phoenix Lights” in March 13, 1997, an event that was witnessed by thousands who saw UFOs over the

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For the second time in less than two years, Steve Jobs makes his way to the big screen and to your home in Blu-ray and DVD form for the aptly titled Steve Jobs.  However, unlike the 2013 depiction of the Apple co-founder and guru’s life, the Michael Fassbender lead installment

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Hello, movie lovers!  I’m sure you are all as excited as we are at Agents of Geek for the 2016 Academy Awards as they are nearly upon us.  We hope that you will be watching, and following, along with us as the awards are handed out and look to spur

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Boasting bountiful amounts of rare, behind the scenes footage and a grounded human story at heart, The Last Man on the Moon represents a unique blend of storytelling not often seen in documentaries.  Highlighting the importance of the voyage to space as much as their journey in life before and

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Utilizing atmospheric, spiritual, and family tension as the its driving source of conflict, instead of relying solely on the titular character, The Vvitch delivers psychological terror that avoids many of pitfalls of the horror genre.  Although it drifts at points, The Vvitch is a strong reminder that although there is

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Overly cliched and poorly written, How To Be Single is yet another stale entry in the ensemble comedy genre as a movie that lacks a clear message or identity.  Solid performances from Dakota Johnson and Leslie Mann are unable to save How To Be Single from being yet another missed

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James Bond returns for the 24th time on Blu-ray and DVD for your pleasure in the film Spectre.  Bond once more finds himself in peril as he pursues a number of leads that brings him on the trail of Spectre, a mysterious shadow organization with questionable goals and far too

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Hilarious, chaotic, rude, crude, and wholly irreverent to general public good taste, Deadpool is exactly what fans of the franchise and character are looking for.  Cinephiles are likely to be disappointed with one dimensional characters and a simplistic storyline, but Deadpool is a fun way to shut off your brain,

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